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Gardening

Food security for urban homesteaders

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Self-sufficiency can seem daunting at first. Here are some tips on foraging, community gardening and guerilla gardening to get you started on the path to food security for you and your family.

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How to become self-sufficient

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Gradual steps you can follow on your way to reducing your dependency on others while developing a sustainable and healthy life.

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Mustard: The greatest among herbs

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It grows well in Newfoundland, has a variety of uses, and experimenting with it can make you feel like Alice tumbling down a rabbit hole of culinary delights.

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Rhubarb: more than meets the pie

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Used for making medicine, wines and liqueurs, insecticide and art, there’s much more to this vegetable that many of us ever knew.

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Popularity of local food production on the rise in NL

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From Facebook groups to farmers’ markets and community gardens to communal food-sharing programs — the writing’s in the dirt: food security is an important idea and a priority for people all over Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Why we chose goats

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There’s more to goats than meets the eye. These loyal companions can fill the role of a household dog while providing you with a bounty of milk, yogurt and cheese. They even help reduce your waste at home and in the garden. And best of all, you can keep them in the city.

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Farming failures, foraging fortunes

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No matter how successful your garden, there’s always something wild growing right around the corner.

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Elders share wisdom of food

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A local group is unveiling a series of films that features Islanders eager to share traditional knowledge of food production, a basic life skill that’s fast fading into the past.

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Seeds

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Spring is only on the horizon, and it’s never too early to start thinking about the little things that give life.

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Celebrating spring: A season dressed in winter’s clothes

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Our time will come…

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Gardens in winter

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Of memories and plans…

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Where have all the gardens gone?

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Self-sufficiency used to be not only possible, but important. Maybe it still should be

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Gardening 101.10

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You’re working in partnership with nature, but nature is sometimes indifferent to the success of the joint venture. In fact, sometimes you’d swear nature was giving you the finger.

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Gardening 101.9

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And now for something completely different … perennials!

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Gardening 101.8

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The complete lowdown on weeds and their elimination. Or at least control. But only after some grousing about crappy weather.

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Gardening 101.7

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Years ago, I made a cubic yard of compost in three weeks. That was some serious composting, mister.

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Gardening 101.6

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Tomayto? Tomahto? Instead of calling the whole thing off, let’s try for an idiot’s guide to growing them.

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Gardening 101.5

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Leaf lettuce seedlings in cell pack

Carbs? Protein? Polyunsaturated fats? French fries? Tofu? What should you feed plants to make them grow up strong and healthy? Herein, all is revealed.

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Gardening 101.4

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Yellow Pole Bean Seedling

Planting seeds, transplanting seedlings, watering, thinning. Hunter/gatherer is so last week. We’re getting into agriculture.

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Gardening 101.3

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Sprouting Bean

In which is discussed the buying of baby plants from garden centres, along with the starting of one’s own plants. And stuff.

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